Many people wonder: Why do we send 14-year-olds to space? Space in 2050 is something all of humankind has tried to restrain. It’s also something that no one has succeeded in. Chris, 14, is born somewhere in the world. But all he knows now is that he needs to get away from earth as fast as he can. When he is sent a letter to go to Mars, he is all for it. But when he realizes the real reason he and other 14-year-olds are sent to Mars, he has to escape Mars too.
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Building a Mars house isn’t something that you can do with a snap of your fingers. So, my team and I used intense math skills and researching to build a futuristic, 2050, realistic house located on Mars. We first looked at both of our floor plans for our own individual stories. Then, we developed a second, more improved floor plan that included some features of both our stories into one house. We then moved on to our 3D trial, where we started the simple shape of our house. After we finished that, we started building our furniture. We then printed our initial design, changed the flaws and built our final design.
Some skills I developed were 3D building, also realizing if the measurements don’t make sense.
I am proud of making a very impressive Mars house with furniture and a rover. This was very hard to do because our floor plan has two floors, and printing them correctly was hard. Here is a flyover that further explains my habitat.
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